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Mason Bluebill Duck Decoys
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American, 20th century. Two carved bluebill duck decoys attributed to the Mason Decoy Factory of Detroit, Michigan, having glass eyes and polychrome painted details in shades of blue, black, grey, and white, both with weights on the undersides; largest lg. 13.25 in.

Provenance:  
From the Estate of Kenneth Erwin, Portland, Michigan


Condition:  
Some surface wear and paint loss. Some age splits. One repainted.
Sold: $270.00
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